Amino acids are the basic building blocks of proteins and are responsible for many plant functions. They are also safe for the environment and contribute to sustainable, high-output low-input crop productions. Amino acids are made by plants themselves, but this process takes a lot of a plant’s energy. Adding them to the roots and foliage means that this energy can be saved or utilised on other plant processes like facilitating rapid growth.
Groconut contains all of the essential amino acids needed by plants to grow. Amino acids enhance plant productivity by:
- Accelerating micro-nutrient transportation and absorption - essential for plants like watermelon peperomias that require more micronutrients
- Stimulating cellular division - for bigger and faster plant growth
- Building plant structures - for the formation of stronger cell walls for a higher resistance to pests and disease
- Chlorophyll synthesis - encourages greener foliage
- Maintaining favourable pH levels - essential for nutrient absorption
Plant Growth Hormones
Just like our own bodies, hormones in plants are powerful chemical messengers that result in physiological change. They are responsible for all aspects of plant development and growth. Environmental signals trigger production of these powerful compounds which are produced in the leaves, flowers, shoots, roots or fruits – depending on which hormone is called into action.
Like amino acids, you can add plant growth hormones to plants to stimulate stronger, faster growth. Groconut naturally contains high levels of auxins and cytokinins which have been proven to nearly double the rate of growth in roots and leaves - making it a highly effective natural plant growth booster in propagating and encouraging stronger and faster development of young plants.
Iron 22 mg/kg / 22ppm
Copper 3 mg/kg / 3 ppm
Manganese 29 mg/kg / 29 ppm
Zinc 4 mg/kg / 4 ppm
Boron 10 mg/kg / 10 ppm
Cobalt 2 mg/kg / 2ppm
Molybdenum 2 mg/kg / 2ppm
Selenium 10 mg/kg / 10ppm
You'll also find trace amounts of riboflavin (Vit B2), niacin (Vit B3) pantothenic acid, folic acid, biotin, thiamin (Vit B1), abscisic acid, and more.